During the first round of formal talks in Oslo, Norway held in August, both parties agreed to “reconcile and develop their separate unilateral ceasefire orders into a single unified bilateral document within 60 days.”
Day: September 22, 2016
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective For the past month, the general public has been treated with often colorful Congressional inquiries: earlier by the Senate Justice and Human Rights Committee, then headed by Sen. Leila de Lima, and later by the House Justice Committee being chaired by Oriental Mindoro Rep. Reynaldo Umali. The Senate inquiry was…
Students nationwide stage a walkout to commemorate martial law and protest its repressive legacies.
Every year, Negrenses reenact the massacre that claimed the lives of 20 farmers in Escalante, Negros Occidental.
“Until now, we have not attained justice. We will continue to fight for it.”
“Solidarity is to rise as one: against neoliberalism, patriarchy, militarism – and all their allied evils.”
“Martial Law may not exist today but the social conditions that gave rise to it remain.”